6/12/09

woodstack



Woodstack, 2009
reclaimed wood, cut,
stacked & topped with a foundry form.

8 comments:

Karen said...

this must be more views of the interestng work you posted earlier. Does this have compartments?? How big???? I am awaiting more pics!

AnitaNH said...

Nice sculpture. . .Andy Goldsworthy of the recycled! I'd like to have a yard full.

self taught artist said...

all shall be revealed karen :)
and anita, highest compliment to even remotely be compared to andy g!

Jean Baardsen said...

Love it! Super cool!! Great name, too. :o)

Ellen said...

Ah, this must be the table, very cool, very monolithic, does it have compartments? how high is it?

I came across some found object furniture artist that might interest (although you probably already know about them)just have to figure out what damn virtual folder I put them in.

self taught artist said...

can't wait ellen...show me...tell me...
info is on my website of the new piece. THANK YOU FOR LOOKING!

sarala said...

I've been off line most of the weekend so I just saw this. These pictures look kind of monumental. I think they are awesome pics but your later photos (next to the chair) make it clear what the item is! But I do really like this table, especially the metal top, whatever it is.
Sorry you haven't been able to sell anything. That really stinks!!!

self taught artist said...

thanks sarala, it IS monumental, I made it :) and i still have all my fingers and undamaged eyeballs. it doesn't wobble. it's a solid functional work. that top is a wooden 'form' used in foundry mold making. it is probably 50-100 yrs old, its in great shape, ONE OF A KIND! blah blah blah i will have the best furniture living under my bridge one day.